ON SITE HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR TRAINING CERTIFICATION IN CONNECTICUT

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Mobile Crane Operator TrainingConnecticut has a high demand for skilled heavy equipment operators. A certified heavy equipment operator with up-to-date training in Connecticut is in demand, but the key here is “certified”. If your company is looking for heavy equipment operator training and certification in Connecticut, Total Equipment Training ranks among the best schools for on-site heavy equipment operator training programs. Our trainers are certified operators on all types of cranes and are excellent trainers and teachers. We provide everything from hands-on training to classroom work so that your employees can easily pass both written and practical exams and become certified mobile crane operators in Connecticut.

HOW TO BECOME A CRANE OPERATOR IN CONNECTICUT

Finding the right training school is very important, especially if you have little knowledge about cranes and heavy machines. Total Equipment Training is one of the most popular training programs in the United States, but we work with companies that are interested in training their employees on their own equipment. If you are new to crane operation, we have written training manuals and practice exams that will guide you through every step of becoming a successful heavy equipment crane operator in Connecticut. Call us for information on how to purchase our manuals and practice tests. To become a mobile crane operator you need to pass a written exam and practical test and must have a license issued by the State of Connecticut.

OUR ON-SITE MOBILE CRANE OPERATOR TRAINING LOCATIONS NEAR CONNECTICUT

Save time by choosing our on-site training services. We provide on-site crane training programs at your facility so that you won’t have to interrupt your daily routine. Most of our training involves operating your own equipment in the field. Before applying for the certification exams you can even take our sample tests to check your knowledge and assess how much you learned during the training.

BENEFITS OF BECOMING A CERTIFIED CRANE OPERATOR

Working in tough conditions– If you have been properly trained then you can assure the safety of your colleagues and yourself. You need to be trained to stay calm in panic situations.

Versatile enough –As a crane operator you need to have complete knowledge of the machine you are operating. If you are certified, you are considered experienced enough to safely do the job.

More employment–If you can operate several types of cranes your chances of you getting hired will increase. This benefits the company you work for because they won’t have to hire another person for other tasks.

AVERAGE PAY OF A MOBILE CRANE OPERATOR IN CONNECTICUT

Pay can depend on many factors. Experience will increase your salary as well as proximity to a major city. The average annual salary of heavy crane operators in Connecticut is $67,426 as per site Salary.com. Again this is not a fixed number, you may earn more or less depending on your years of experience.

INTERESTED IN CRANE OPERATOR TRAINING?

Contact us today to get on-site heavy crane operator training in Connecticut or give our office a call at (610) 321-2679 and our knowledgeable staff will provide you with the information you need and tailor a program to fit your company’s needs.

VOICE OF OUR CLIENTS

“Your training staff has been extremely professional and kind. We especially want to thank you guys for your flexibility and for cooperating with our tough schedule. The on-site service you are provided helped us stay on our work deadlines while still getting our operators certified and up to date with safety training. We found your trainer absolutely outstanding. He matched the class pace with our staff, and this was also very appreciated.”

Gerard S. Broadway – Connecticut

“Our operators really enjoyed your crane operator training program. With top trainers, yours seems to be the best comprehensive heavy equipment training program in the country. I would definitely recommend this school to anyone interested in learning to operate cranes.”

Kristi E. Stevens – Connecticut

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